byPerkins Institution and Massachusetts School for the Blind
The fiftieth Anniversary of the opening of the Kindergarten and the One Hundredth Anniversary of the birth of its founder Michael Anagnos. Proceedings, Thursday May 20, 1937. Michael Anagnos (formerly Anagnostopoulos) was born November 7, 1837 in Papingo, Greece. Anagnos was a trustee and later became the second director of the Perkins School for the Blind (then Perkins Institution) from 1876 until his death in 1906. Anagnos was a friend, assistant and son-in-law to Perkins’ founding director... Topics: Greece, Michael Anagnostopoulos, Perkins Institution, South Boston, Kindergarten, Boston History,...
byPerkins School for the Blind; Industrial Home for the Blind (IHB), now called Helen Keller Services for the Blind
A 29 minute long, color film, that celebrates the legacy of Anne Sullivan by highlighting the deafblind programs at Perkins and the Industrial Home for the Blind in New York, now called Helen Keller Services for the blind. This film also highlights programs for adults who are deafblind and features the lives of eight successful men and women who are deafblind. Topic: Perkins